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Jeopardy style game

By Silke Fleischer October 04, 2006
20,296 Downloads

Rating = 313 votes


Adobe Captivate project based on Jeopardy. Simply change the captions and create your own game. Authored by Paul Clothier.

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License: Freeware
Language: English
Cost: Free
Platform: Flash Player 6 | Flash Player 7 | Flash Player 8
File format: ZIP | 1.2 MB

Additional extension information

Author: Silke Fleischer
Author website: Not available
Date published: October 04, 2006
Approval: None
Compatible product(s): Adobe Captivate 2

Reviews

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kweber815 02-May-11 Rating = 3

can this be used in captivate 5?

kguidry1203 15-Apr-10 Rating = 3

Good knowledge check tool

Rooksta 08-Feb-08 Rating = 4

this game is as good as it gets with captivate, of course it has serious limitations, that's the name of the game with Captivate. If you want to make a game that is true to the real life version of Jeopardy you'll need to learn some flash.
Captivate always leaves something to be desired, where as with flash the sky is the limit. Step into the real world, if anything captivate should be your gate way drug in to the world of flash.

April Virk 26-Jul-07 Rating = 2

It's a very cool idea that we were all very excited about at first. It has serious limitations though. For instance- in the real game once an item has been used - it disappears. I cannot seem to find a good way to gray out only items that have already been used . We want to use this in a big classroom setting, but without being able to somehow remove or mark the categories that have been used- it's going to be hard to keep track of. Any suggestions?

Beta Bob 19-Jun-07 Rating = 3

It's a great beginning. However, I need to use the Captivate Question Slide "maker" to create interactive questions vs. a rollover. When doing so, the question slide maker prevents adding buttons/navigation, etc.

Any work arounds, hints, suggestions?

Thanks...

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